Here's a list of what you should expect from our course:.
The CFA charter is a qualification for finance and investment professionals, particularly in the fields of investment management and financial analysis of stocks, bonds and derivative assets.
The program focuses on portfolio management and financial analysis, and provides generalist knowledge of other areas of finance.
Work in over 130 countries and gain access to their networks and resources.
Have global credibility as it is the most widely known and respected investment in the world.
This Program covers all major principles that corporations use to make their investing and financing decisions. The main part of the Program covers all issues related to 'Capital Budgeting', which is the process of making decisions about which long-term projects the corporation should accept for investment and which it should reject, taking into account both the expected return of a project and the financing cost.
The final part o the Program is on corporate governance practices, which can expose the firm to a heightened risk of ethical lapses. Although these practices may not be inherently unethical, they create the potential for conflicts of interest to develop between shareholders and managers, and the extent of that conflict affects the companies.
The program introduces the concept of a portfolio approach to investments. After discussing the investment needs of various types of individual and institutional investors, the course compares the types of pooled investment management products that are available to investors. This is a two-lecture program that covers portfolio risk and return measures and introduces modern portfolio theory as well as a quantitative framework for portfolio selection and asset pricing. The last part focuses on the portfolio planning and construction process, including the development of an investment policy
This Course focuses on the characteristics, analysis, and valuation of equity securities.
The first subject discusses various types and features of equity securities and their roles in investment management. The second subject explains how to conduct industry and company analysis; the concept’s major focus is on understating a company’s competitive position. The first two subjects constitute necessary background knowledge for the third subject, which introduces the methods of equity valuation.
Practitioner-oriented course which focuses on understanding how the Yield Curve affects portfolio strategies and risk management. The course includes interactive exercises to help teach and interpret future and implied Spot Rates, Duration and Convexity, and the use of Option-Adjusted Spreads in different types of securities.
This course covers introductory material for the specific types of derivatives. Specific definitions and terminologies are presented along with information about Derivative Markets.
Upon completion of the material coverage, candidates should be familiar with the basic concepts that underlie derivative and general arbitrage framework
Exam Format: The Level II exam has a total of 20 item set questions: Morning session: 10 item set questions, Afternoon session: 10 item set questions
Duration: 6 hrs 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Exam fees & Deadlines: Early registration fee: US$ 650‡ (ends 20 September 2017 for June exam) (14 March 2018 for Dec exam)
Standard registration: fee US$ 950‡ (ends 14 February 2018 for June exam) (15 August 2018 for Dec exam)
Late registration fee: US$ 1,380‡ (ends 14 March 2018 for June exam) (19 September 2018 for Dec exam)
Location: Inter Continental, City stars